1) Many of the solutions to our most pressing problems already exist in our mind. So why do we struggle to solve our own problems? Fears and assumptions blind us. We’re afraid of change, and tend to limit our options to the two or three obvious answers—and fail to consider outside-of-the-box solutions. Furthermore, we often place high expectations on our decision—assuming the result will be all or nothing. Once you weed out the noise and get to the root of the issue, the answer becomes far clearer.

2) We assume that everyone will view and solve our dilemma the same. We ask friends and family for advice, and sometimes professionals, and then we repeat—the same frustrations and concerns over and over, hoping to satisfy our need for understanding. We don’t just want our predicament to be heard, we want it completely validated. Why? Revisit #1 for the answer.

3) We absolutely ignore the most important consideration of all: learning to recognize what we can and can’t control. We fear what we can’t control, and try to control what we fear. We waste a lot of energy on the wrong problems.

4) We are too close to ground zero to see beyond the smoke. When faced with overwhelming adversity we ARE ground zero. Success can be attained when someone—with a neutral understanding of our issues—leads us through the fog and into clear air.

My coaching training absolutely changed my outlook. While I still face fears and stress, I am no longer bound by constant anxiety. Perseverance prevails. when I need outside support, I’m much more open to assistance.

“You don’t have to view the whole staircase to take the first step!”


Life Coaching is the process of helping clients identify and achieve positive results. Life coaching works on the premise that individuals are capable of generating solutions that match their needs best. A well-trained coach can successfully guide clients through the thought process helping them dismiss negative ideals and patterns, while highlighting personal strengths. Coaching encourages actions, accountability and follow-through.  Although coaching utilizes research-based insight and tools to support growth and success, it is not counseling, mentoring or consulting.

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2) Begin your session with a quick review and clarification of your pre-session questionnaire.  During your session, the discussion will include:

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